The lodge have 72 well appointed en-suite rooms and 5 luxury loft suites each with a private jacuzzi, satellite TV, telephones, internet and air conditioning, all overlooking the mighty Zambezi from private balconies.

The main area includes various dining, bar, library and lounge areas that face the majestic Zambezi River. Meals are served at Kalai restaurant - a culturally inspired setting situated in the main lodge with contemporary afro-Arabian meals, freshly flavoured, aromatic and healthy - and at Gwembe Terrace around the pool by the river while watching the magnificent African sunset. The Camelot Spa offers a wide variety of treatments while guests relax and listen to the Falls tumbling down a short distance away.

Activities

Activities in the area include: cruises on the Lady Livingstone, a three-decker vessel perfect for viewing hippos and crocodiles; walks with lions in Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park; Jet Extreme, powering through Zambezi’s rapids in Bakota Gorge.


Helicopter and microlight flights for fantastic experiences over the falls and river channels, horse riding, tours to the falls and picnics on Livingstone Island, game drives, canoeing, white water rafting, tandem kayaking, abseiling, bungi-jumping, elephant encounters, and the Victoria Falls Steam Train with an adventurous voyage across the majestic falls.


The Hotel

David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa

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​Safari Lodge & Spa

The colonial styled four-star David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa, a place of grandeur and royalty, is situated 5km from Livingstone and 7km from Victoria Falls known as Mosi-oa-Tunya - the Smoke that Thunders - one of the most impressive natural wonders of the world.


Livingstone town, named after David Livingstone, the first European to explore the area, lies close to the Falls and the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. A well-known tourism centre, it exudes charm and a sense of history, a bustling town that lends itself to explorations on foot. From museums to arts and crafts, as well as a selection of exciting activities that range from mild to adrenalin-inducing – like abseiling, white-water rafting and canoeing – Livingstone lives up to its reputation as one of the premier “adventure capitals” of Africa.